You may have heard that indoor air quality is generally worse than the quality of outdoor air. And if you know that the average American spends over 90% of their time indoors, you’re probably motivated to make sure that the air you’re breathing in there doesn’t have too many contaminants. Did you know that the things that impact indoor air quality change throughout the seasons? Here are some of the biggest concerns with summer air.
Mike Smith Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Indoor Air Quality’
We’re all very aware of how things we can see and hear affect our household. A big mess or noise pollution from nearby activities are hard to ignore. Air tends to be something we don’t think much about unless it is too hot or cold. After all, you can’t hear it, and you’re not going to trip over it. But poor indoor air quality can have some very negative consequences in your home, and good indoor air quality has tremendous benefits for your house and everyone in it.
Here are some of the ways that having high IAQ or indoor air quality can positively impact your quality of life.
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